COVID-19 Business Response - 3/29/2020 Update: Due to local, state and federal guidelines and recommendations from the CDC, Big League Dreams has halted all Sports Park activity until further notice. While this decision was not easy for us to make, we feel it is in the best interest of our players, guests and employees to stem the outbreak of the coronavirus by encouraging social isolation. Additional updates will be provided as they become available on both our website and social media platforms.

We know that Big League Dreams has often served as a safe haven from the daily stress of life for many. We look forward to re-opening and continuing to serve our communities once the safety of those communities can be ensured. In the meantime, we encourage everyone to do what they can in these next few weeks to stay safe and healthy.

We appreciate your continued patience and understanding during these unprecedented times.

Big League Dreams Sports Parks

D-Back Stadium
D-Back Stadium

Diamond Back Stadium (BOB) - BLD Replica Fields

Built at a cost of $354 million, Bank One Ballpark (now known as Chase Ballpark), home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, opened its doors in 1998. The most unique feature is its giant video screen in centerfield, which is the widest in the Major Leagues. The most famous moment in the stadium's brief history is the game-winning hit by Luis Gonzalez to beat the New York Yankees in the 2001 World Series.